District Council of Stirling

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District Council of Stirling
South Australia
District Council of Stirling is located in South Australia
District Council of Stirling
District Council of Stirling
Coordinates35°00′S 138°43′E / 35.000°S 138.717°E / -35.000; 138.717Coordinates: 35°00′S 138°43′E / 35.000°S 138.717°E / -35.000; 138.717
Established1883
Abolished1997
Council seatStirling
LGAs around District Council of Stirling:
Burnside (1883-1997) Crafers (1883-1935)
East Torrens (1935-1997)
Onkaparinga (1883-1997)
Mitcham (1883-1997) District Council of Stirling Echunga (1883-1935)
Mount Barker (1935-1997)
Clarendon (1883-1935)
Meadows/ Happy Valley (1935-1997)
Kondoparinga (1883-1935)
Meadows/ Happy Valley (1935-1997)
Echunga (1883-1935)
Mount Barker (1935-1997)

The District Council of Stirling was a local government area of South Australia from 1883 to 1997, seated at Stirling.

History[edit]

The council was established in 1883 from a western portion of the District Council of Echunga and an eastern portion of the District Council of Mitcham.[1]

Stirling council annexed a northerly-adjacent portion of the District Council of Crafers when it was abolished in 1935, enlarging the council area in a region of high population growth.

In 1997 Stirling amalgamated with the district councils of Onkaparinga and East Torrens to its north, and the District Council of Gumeracha, to form the much larger Adelaide Hills Council.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Marsden, Susan (2012). "A History of South Australian Councils to 1936" (PDF). Local Government Association of South Australia. Retrieved 1 November 2017.